Ah, SEMA is nearly upon us. Soon we will be surrounded by vaporware and insanely modified vehicles that add little value to the real automotive world. SEMA is almost like an alternative universe for the auto segment, but it does typically result is some pretty neat things to look at. Chevy will be there in full force, as it will launch a handful of Red Line concepts at the show that display the various accessories available for these vehicles.
Some of these concepts are way cooler than others, and the most boring of the bunch is the Trax Red Line. This model will feature satin graphite accents strewn about its body, like the mirror caps, grille surround, fog light bezels, and more. It also has Trax emblems in gloss black with red accents, tinted taillight lenses and windows, a lowering kit, 18-inch wheels with red accents, a black bowtie kit, Thule roof mounts, and floor mats.
The Malibu Red Line is equally as blah as the Trax, but it at least looks a little cooler. It has satin graphite window molding, a black bowtie kit, a rear spoiler, hash-mark graphics, a special grille surround, a gloss-black Malibu emblem with red accents, red fog light bezels, tinted taillights and windows, a lowering kit, 19-inch wheels with red accents, black mirror caps, a Thule roof rack, and a sport pedal kit.
The Camaro Red Line is easily the coolest of the bunch, but the mods are still a little mundane. The upgrades include satin graphite mirror caps and window moldings, hash-mark graphics, 20-inch satin graphite wheels with red accents, gloss-black Camaro emblems with red accents, tinted taillights, a lowering kit, an air intake, a brake package, the black bowtie kit, red upper and lower grille inserts, red fog light bezels, and more.
The Colorado midsize pickup also gets in on the Red Line fun with a concept all its own. This model comes with the mirror caps, window moldings, grille surround, door handles and fog light bezels all coated in satin graphite, gloss-black Colorado emblems with red accents, Goodyear Fortitude tires, an air intake, an exhaust kit, 18-inch wheels that feature red stripes, a black bowtie kit, wheel flares, sport assist steps, Gear On cargo rings, cross rails and storage, and a Gear On bike rack.
Finally, there is the Silverado 1500 Red Line concept. This model features satin graphite mirror caps, window moldings, grille surround and inserts, door handles and fog lamp bezels, red-painted tow hooks, Z71 graphics, black Silverado emblems with red accents, tinted taillights and windows, an air-intake kit, an exhaust kit, Brembo front brakes, red-striped 22-inch wheels, a black bowtie kit, a black-chrome exhaust tip, assist steps, a cargo-bed extender, Gear On cargo rings, Hull-a-Port mounts and straps, and more.
While none of these models will be available in these setups directly from the factory, these Red Line concepts do show some of the upgrades you can add at the dealership.